ADVANCE -- The press wasn't working. Neither was the 2-3 zone.
So for one of the few times this season the Scott County Central Braves went to a man-to-man defense against the Advance Hornets on Tuesday night.
It turned out to be just as effective as the Braves rolled to a 53-29 win.
"A lot of people don't realize if we have to, we can play a decent man-to-man," Braves head coach Ronnie Cookson said. "I play a 2-3 zone just to keep people out of foul trouble. We can come out and play man and not foul too bad. It was good for us and I was glad their coach went that way. That helped us."
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